Love You Dear - Poem by Amitava Sur
She never said, uttered a word.
And she never did cry.
She only looked at me
With her wide open eyes.
Eagerly when I took her palm
To convey my love and to embrace,
It was so chilled like ice -
And she was silent and numb.
I only could read the tragic pains in them
In those dry patches of tears, down her cheeks,
They spoke about her parting pain-
Until time allowed them to drip.
Still she left a smile on her lips
As a reminiscent of her love for me,
Kept her fingers still stretched out
For holding me finally with love.
Love you dear, with an ever lasting love
Wherever your abode is.
Amitava (25.04.2014) 4-00 pm
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